The Man's Life: Manhood in the New MilleniumWebsite in Lexington, Kentucky
"Men past forty
Get up nights
And look out at city lights,
Wondering where they made the wrong turn
And why life is so long" - L.E. Sissman
If this is you, join us. We're breaking free.
Feeling stuck and not sure how to move forward? Here's an excerpt of my first eBook, Manhood and The Hero's Journey:
Deadlifts - 405 x 4, 385 x 4, 365 x 6. The Man Strong Blueprint works. Grab a copy and get moving today: https://www.themanslife.com/…/the-man-strong-blueprint-a-b…/
Yeah, sometimes grown men carry the same fears and insecurities as teenage girls:
Most Have Already Quit -
I weigh 180 pounds - I deadlift around 450, squat around 350, and overhead press 180, while carrying a visible six-pack year-round at 44 years old while training less than four hours a week and doing little cardio. The Man Strong Blueprint works:
My kids have seen me cry one time: at end of Lone Survivor. Find out what we can learn from these heroes.
Some weekend inspiration to live the man’s life:
“Nothing great will ever be achieved without great men, and men are great only if they are determined to be so . . . .”
Greatness rarely happens by coincidence. Make room for the spontaneous, but live intentionally.
Even the SEALs, especially the SEALs, encounter haters. Check out my new post: